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Last Day of AXUG Summit 2012, Make it Count!

October 19, 2012 @ 5:10 AM

Today is the last day of the AXUG Summit educational program, as the Expo Hall wrapped up yesterday. It's Friday and it's been a busy week, but today's agenda is packed with informative sessions and the opportunity to join the Microsoft Town Hall. As we end of the week, let's try and take some of the spirit that Fred Studer, General Manager for Microsoft Dynamics, shared with us yesterday during the AXUG General Session. What a personality, a great addition to the program! If you missed Fred, checkout this video to see Fred's personality in action as he talks about "taking your business to awesome."
During his presentation, Fred talked about the power of Microsoft Dynamics as demonstrated by four particular customer stories: Lotus 1
Alltech, David's Tea and Matress Firm. Learn more about these customers and their AX 2012 story:
Also participating in yesterday's general session was Jeremy Epstein of Sprinklr, RF-SMART and Data Masons' Dennis Bruce. Dennis introduced the conversation around the new trends in Dynamics AX EDI and the shift in how the community is choosing to manage their EDI integration requirements.
Other interesting tidbits from the general session: Skype is going to be more and more embedded within Microsoft Products and $10B of R&D spent across the Microsoft Products.
Have a productive last day and we'll see you in Tampa next year for AXUG Summit 2013!
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